Tuesday, December 05, 2006

BlogMaker: Jobs in Ireland

Jobs in Ireland - Searching for jobs in Ireland? Send your CV and get irish job opportunity. Find your ideal job with Employ Ireland. By BlogMaker

Friday, October 13, 2006

'Jobs Ireland’ or ‘Ireland jobs’?

So how do Irish job seekers look for the job online? What is the phrase they put in Google? Is it ‘jobs Ireland’ or ‘Ireland jobs’? Or do they put words like ‘Recruitment’, ‘Vacancies’ or ‘Employment’? I have heard so many opinions on this so far. A Recruiter will tell you that a word ‘Recruitment’ is what he would use. A Job hunter will tell you:
"Hey! It is a Job that I am looking for!"

Wednesday, September 13, 2006

Irish Online Recruiters Blog: Ireland job

Well if the day comes when you wake up in the morning and decide to go and do it on your own in the Irish recruitment there is a nice site that will help you and guide you in making some crucial decisions. Learn from ether peoples mistakes as opposed from your own! This chap does make sense in most of what he wrote, on how to set up and recruitment agency in Ireland. He will guide you on how to go about getting your web site online, where to advertise, what job boards to choose, and what works best the recruiters in Ireland. Off you go, to an interesting read: Job Ireland

Tuesday, May 16, 2006

Irish the world's loneliest web users - Google

DUBLIN (Reuters) - Ireland may be enjoying stellar economic growth and seen as one of the best places in the world to live, but its inhabitants are apparently also the globe's loneliest.

Google Trends, which works out how many searches have been done via the Internet search engine on particular terms, showed the word "lonely" was entered most frequently by internet users in Ireland: http://www.google.com/trends?q=lonely.

The Irish, enjoying new-found wealth and a flood of immigration following more than a century of economic decline, are followed in the misery stakes by residents of Singapore and New Zealand - although Singaporeans are the most frequent searchers of "happiness."
Google Trends calculates the ratio of searches for a given term coming from each city, region or language divided by total Google searches coming from the same area.

Ireland's capital, Dublin, topped the city list for "lonely" searches, followed by Melbourne, Australia and Auckland, New Zealand.

In 2004, the Economist magazine named Ireland the best place to live in the world in a "quality of life" assessment.

Copyright 2006 Reuters.

Wednesday, May 10, 2006

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